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Published:April 2nd, 2008 08:11 EST
Ronald McDonald and friends support Gay Agenda

Ronald McDonald and friends support Gay Agenda

By SOP newswire

According to McDonald`s CEO Jim Skinner, McDonald`s will aggressively promote the homosexual agenda. In remarks on McDonald`s Web site concerning the company becoming a member of the National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC), Skinner wrote: "Being a socially responsible organization is a fundamental part of who we are. We have an obligation to use our size and resources to make a difference in the world " and we do."

The company gave an undisclosed amount of money to the NGLCC in return for being recognized as a major promoter of the homosexual agenda. In return, NGLCC placed Richard Ellis, vice president of communications of McDonald`s USA, on the NGLCC Board of Directors.

Ellis was quoted as saying: "I`m thrilled to join the National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce team and ready to get to work. I share the NGLCC`s passion for business growth and development within the LGBT community, and I look forward to playing a role in moving these important initiatives forward."

McDonald`s refused to comment to World Net Daily on the placement of its executive on the board of the "gay" advocacy organization but did send an e-mail confirming the corporation`s support for the agenda of the homosexual business lobby.

"McDonald`s is indeed a Corporate Partner and Organizational Ally of NGLCC. Our vice president of U.S. communications, Richard Ellis, was recently elected to its board of directors," said Heidi M. Barker, senior director of media relations for McDonald`s. NGLCC describes itself as promoting the LGBT community first and always, including same sex marriage.

NGLCC gives credit to sponsors such as McDonald`s for its financial and other support that helps in its work. "Through the commitment of our corporate partners, the NGLCC has been able to advance the ideas and causes of the LGBT business community," the Chamber said.

Source: www.afa.net